Dec. 13, 2010, Girls basketball scores, highlights

Posted Dec. 13, 2010, at 11:42 p.m.

Ashland 56, GHCA 27

At the University of Maine in Presque Isle, the Hornets used a balanced scoring attack to beat Greater Houlton Christian Academy.

Brooke Labelle scored 12 points for Ashland and Kayla Cote added 11.

Lauren Bishop paced GHCA with 10 points.

Ashland (1-0) 56

Hammond 1-0-2, Paradis 3-1-7, Graham 2-0-4, Labelle 6-0-12, Donovan 3-2-8, Saucier 1-0-2, Cyr 1-0-2, Cote 5-1-11, Gillis 4-0-8, Orcutt

GHCA (0-2) 27

Emery 1-0-2, Robertson, Neureuther 1-1-3, Duff 1-0-2, Little 2-0-4, Bishop 5-0-10, Michaud 3-0-6

3-pt. goals: none

Ashland 14 34 48 56

GHCA 6 12 19 27

Presque Isle 59, MA Lynx 49

At Presque Isle, Kayla Richards hit 13 foul shots en route to 21 points as the host Wildcats rolled to their second win.

Megan Ireland added 11 points and Meredith Stewart seven points and 12 rebounds for Presque Isle.

Rianne Gardner had 13 points and Taylor Blood 12 for Mattanawcook of Lincoln.

Mattanawcook (0-1) 49

R. Gardner 5-3-13, Blood 6-0-12, Paul 4-0-9, Libbey 2-0-4, Hawkins 2-2-6, Gulesian 2-1-5, Maxwell, Bisson, T. Gardner

Presque Isle (2-0) 59

Ireland 3-2-11, Richards 4-13-21, Nickerson 2-1-7, Guerrette 2-1-6, Bernier 2-2-7, Buck, Bonville, Lynds, Stewart 1-5-7

3-pt. goals: Paul; Ireland 3, Nickerson 2, Guerrette, Bernier

Mattanawcook 12 26 34 49

Presque Isle 16 32 43 59

Washburn 54, Fort Fairfield 46

At Washburn, Washburn outscored Fort Fairfield 14-6 in the fourth quarter to grab the win.

Rebecca Campbell scored 26 points to power the Beavers. Carmen Bragg had 13 points and Maegan Fitzpatrick was key in the fourth quarter with four points and three rebounds.

Amanda Hotham led the Tigers with 21 points and Brooke Beaulieu added 14 points.

Fort Fairfield (1-1) 46

York 1-0-2, Pelkey 0-2-2, Churchill 2-2-7, Beaulieu 6-2-14, Hotham 7-6-21, Libby, Blaisdell

Washburn (2-0) 54

Sjoberg 2-2-6, Campbell 9-7-26, Fitzpatrick 2-0-4, R. Saucier 1-1-3, Bragg 5-3-13, Olson 1-0-2, Doddy, M. Saucier

3-pt. goals: Churchill, Hotham; Campbell

Fort Fairfield 15 23 40 46

Washburn 14 29 40 54

JV: Fort Fairfield 39-17

Hodgdon 32, Katahdin 26

At Stacyville, Lacey McQuarrie scored seven of her 10 points in the fourth quarter to lead Hodgdon past Katahdin for a come-from-behind win.

Megan Merry scored a game-high 13 points to lead Katahdin.

Hodgdon (1-0) 32

Ryan 1-0-2, Willette 2-2-6, Quint 2-1-5, Davies 1-0-2, Wiley 0-1-1, McQuarrie 2-6-10, Gardiner 2-2-6, Levesque, Oliver

Katahdin (0-1) 26

Livezey 2-1-5, Merry 4-4-13, Knowles 1-0-2, Majkowski 1-0-2, Patterson 2-0-4, Roy, Fitzpatrick, Smallwood

3-pt. goals: Merry

Hodgdon 7 11 17 32

Katahdin 4 15 21 26

Woodland 57, Jonesport-Beals 31

At Jonesport, Molly White tallied 19 points to lift Woodland over Jonesport-Beals.

Taylor Cochran and Kelsey Burtt both scored 12 points for the Dragons.

Louisa Beal led the Royalettes with eight points.

Woodland (1-0) 57

Bassett 1-0-2, Boomer 1-0-2, White 8-3-19, Hamilto 1-0-2, Worden 1-2-4, Moreside 2-0-4, Cochran 5-2-12, Burtt 4-4-12, Roderick, Lozier, McLintick

Jonesport-Beals (0-1) 31

MacLean 0-1-1, Merchant 3-1-7, L. Beal 3-1-8, Crowley 1-3-5, Carver 0-3-3, M. Beal 1-2-5, Todd 1-0-2, Coffin, Cirone

3-pt. goals: L. Beal, M. Beal

Woodland 12 26 45 57

Jonesport-Beals 8 14 23 31

C. Aroostook 60, S. Aroostook 40

At Mars Hill, Vicky McIntyre fired in 28 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to pace the Panthers, Kristen Long added 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Jasmine Rockwell tossed in four 3-pointers and tallied 16 points for the Warriors from Dyer Brook. Shelby Harden contributed 12 points.

Southern Aroostook (0-1) 40

Dubois, Tarr, Jan. Rockwell, Tucker, Sommers, Jas. Rockwell, 4-4-16, Raymond 2-0-4, Altvater 4-0-8, Harden 6-0-12

Central Aroostook (1-1) 60

Brewer 1-0-2, Fletcher, Cushman 1-0-2, Grass 3-0-6, Long 5-2-12, Grew 4-0-8, McIntyre 12-3-28, Garrison 1-0-2

3-pt. goals: Jas. Rockwell 4; McIntyre

So. Aroostook 9 13 22 40

Cen. Aroostook 19 34 46 60

JV: Southern Aroostook 35-19

Narraguagus 52, Machias 48

At Machias, Narraguagus of Harrington outscored Machias 29-21in the second half to take the win on the road.

Anna Ramsay scored 17 points to power the Knights. Haley Eckert scored 13 points and Brittany Burke added 10 points.

Tiara Lipton paced Machias with 16 points. Caroline Proctor had 14 points.

Narraguagus (1-0) 52

Deshiffart 2-0-4, Burke 4-2-10, Carver 1-0-2, Collora 2-0-4, L. Ramsay 0-2-2, Eckert 6-1-13, A. Ramsay 6-5-17, Dow

Machias (1-1) 48

B. Lee 1-0-2, Proctor 6-2-14, Lipton 4-7-16, Rolfe 2-0-4, Stanhope 4-0-9, Smith 1-1-3, McCurdy, K. Lee

3-pt. goals: Lipton, Stanhope

Narraguagus 13 23 36 52

Machias 14 27 33 84

JV: Narraguagus 52-21

Central 79, Lee Acad. 38

At Lee Saturday, Taryn Pineo collected 27 points, including eight 3-pointers, to propel Central of Corinth by Lee Academy.

Hannah Pray tallied 15 points for the Red Devils while Bekah Campbell scored 12. Roberta Trafton chipped in with 10 points.

Jenna Cowan scored 18 points to pace Lee Academy while Alaina Hamilton added 11.

Central (1-0) 79

Speed, Nawojczyk 1-0-2, McHugh 1-1-3, Brownell 3-0-6, Miles, Pineo 9-1-27, Pray 7-0-15, Hughes, Trafton 4-2-10, Wittine 0-1-1, Harvey 1-1-3, Campbell 4-4-12

Lee Acad. (0-1) 38

Hersom 1-0-3, Thornton 0-4-4, Grass, Cowan 4-7-18, Rideout 1-0-2, Glidden, Chandler, Hamilton 4-3-11

3-pt. goals: Pineo 8, Pray; Hersom, Cowan 3

Central 17 35 57 79

Lee Acad. 11 21 34 38

JV: Central 41-30

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